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The 4 Week Flat Belly Review

Are you feeling frustrated that you're still not losing weight even though you're trying to eat healthier? It might be that some of the so-called "health food" you're eating is not exactly what it seems. Snack bars, cereal bars, and granola bars may be part of the problem. They can be loaded with unhealthy fat and sugar; not much different than a candy bar. The calories can add up fast if you're not paying attention. When choosing a bar, it's important to examine the Nutrition Facts Label and Ingredient List.
Here's what to look for:
Whole grains: Any bar you choose should have whole grains (such as oats) as the first ingredient - not sugar or anything else. Studies show the people who choose whole grains more often have an easier time losing weight.
Fiber: Whole grain bars should automatically have at least 3 grams of fiber. Fiber helps to keep your blood sugar stable and limit cravings so look for bars with as much as possible.
Protein: Look for a bar that has at least 5 grams of protein preferably from a natural source like nuts. Protein keeps you feeling fuller and satisfied longer.
Sugar: Every 4 grams of sugar is equal to 1 teaspoon of sugar! Look for a bar with no more than 8g of sugar; less is better. Sugar from a natural source like fruit is preferable to an added source like evaporated cane juice or syrup.
Trans fats: Be wary of these unhealthy fats. Companies do not have to report trans fats in their products if there is less than 0.5g. So be sure to always read the ingredient list and avoid bars with "partially hydrogenated oils" as this means trans fat.
Ingredients: When it comes to the number of ingredients, less is better. Always look for ingredients that are recognizable. If you've never heard of it, chances are you don't want to eat it.

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Jeni Robert

Never before have The 4 Week Flat Belly there been so many cases of people who are so obese that they struggle to carry out the easiest of tasks. For the average person, when a few pounds are gained, it is a signal to do something about it. However, doing something about it for some means making an effort and that is too much to expect. Gaining twenty or thirty pounds might be an indication that prompts immediate action but for many it does not stop there and even when average body weight is doubled, some are happy to just sit back and blame everybody else for their misfortune.

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